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... br> Do not surrender.
April 1st is the their independence day and for two hours on this day the water pump in the town centre dispenses free beer! This definitely sounds like my kind of Republic!! The mayor of Vilnius also lives in the Republic of Užupis and our guide told us a couple of stories about him. Apparently he is quite a free spirit and generally loved by the people of Vilnius and can frequently be seen in a suit riding around the city on a ...
... and I wanted to see more but I took a turn and ended up in another well-known district, saw more churches, took another turn hoping it would lead me to the Cathedral Square but I ended up in front of a different hotel and then Pilies street.
There are street signs for all sites and descriptive plates like the ones in Tallinn. ...
... court! We crossed over the river to look at another beautiful Orthodox Church which had golden double crosses on its domed roof. Meandering back towards cathedral square along Gedimino Prospektas we looked at one of the Duke's Palaces and also at the Government building. This was a similarly uninspiring building but with a nice square in front. Beside this is a shopping centre called Gedimino 09 which, according to our guide, has been compared to Harrods and Bloomingdales. This was a ...
... rain and it was torrential for about 20 minutes, like I’ve never seen rain before. It was crazy.
I finally got out of the hostel at about 5pm and met Hannah at the Town Hall Square. We were both absolutely starving, so while we were trying to find a traditional Lithuanian restaurant, we came across an Italian place that looked really good. We decided just to eat there as well, so pizza from Basilico it was. And it was excellent!
... tracks that we have taken but, instead of 6 days of relative comfort, these people had to endure weeks of not knowing where they were going or why they were going, cooped up in cattle wagons. Some Partisans kept fighting until 1953 in the hope that the West would bring independence to their country.
This REALLY brings home how fortunate we are to live Australia in this day and age.